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Samsung reveals TV that doubles as a picture frame


Daily Mail
158 d ago

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Samsung has unveiled a television that doubles as a decorative piece in the home. Called The Frame, the unit looks like a picture frame hanging on the wall when in 'Art Mode' - instead of fading to black.
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OK, Samsung might be taking this whole ‘TVs are works of art’ thing a little too far. Need some evidence? Check out the Samsung Frame, a TV that hangs on the wall and actually turns into a picture display when you’re not using it. 
The Ultra HD TV was unveiled at CES 2017 back in January but was billed as a prototype, not something we thought would be in our homes by the end of the year. 
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